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National Capitol


The National Capitol of Cuba is located in Havana. Until the revolution and in 1959, it was the seat of the Cuban government and today it is the seat of the Academy of Sciences. Its name and appearance refer to the U.S. Capitol, but the similarities are actually only superficial.Read More →

Transportation in Guadeloupe


By sea, regular connections are provided to the dependencies and nearby islands. In Guadeloupe, departures are made from the dock of Pointe à Pitre for Les Saintes, Marie-Galante, and Désirade, from Trois Rivières for Les Saintes, and from Saint François for Marie-Galante and Désirade. Thus, Marie-Galante and Les Saintes areRead More →

Mausoleum of Che Guevara


The final resting place of the remains of Che and 29 other comrades assassinated in Bolivia in 1967. The entrance to the mausoleum is dominated by the imposing bronze statue of the Comandante, about 7 meters high, with a weapon in his hand. The statue was placed so that itRead More →

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Garden of Balata


On 3 hectares of private land with a view of the Pitons du Carbet is the botanical garden of Balata, a botanical garden created by the famous horticulturist Jean-Philippe Thoze. From a wild vegetation, passionate and creator of the garden in 1982, Jean-Philippe Thoze knew how to imagine and createRead More →

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Nassau, capital of the Bahamas


You have chosen Nassau, capital of the Bahamas, as your destination? This city is located in the Atlantic Ocean and bordered by heavenly beaches. However, you don’t know what to do there? Here are some tourist attractions and discoveries to make during your visit to the Bahamas Discover the historyRead More →


Discover the 5 cities to visit in Cuba


Are you flying to Cuba soon? Discover the 5 cities to visit at all costs during your trip! The first step will seem predictable to you, but it is unavoidable: Havana. The capital of Cuba, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, seduces visitors with its superb mix of BaroqueRead More →

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Mount Pelee Volcano


The Caribbean is home to majestic volcanoes. In Martinique, there is Mount Pelée. Its last major eruption took place in 1902. Today, it is considered one of the greatest disasters of the 20th century. According to the latest rough estimates, more than 30,000 people died as a result of theRead More →

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Government House


This colonial building on Duke Street has been the official residence of the Governor General of the Bahamas since 1801. The bright pink mansion is an excellent example of Bahamian-British colonial architecture. In the middle of its high staircase, a statue of Columbus, discoverer of the islands, presides over theRead More →

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Saint-John Perse Museum


This museum is located in the Souques-Pagès house, one of the most beautiful colonial homes in Pointe-à-Pitre where the owners of the Darboussier sugar factory once lived. In fact, there is only one other house identical to this one, the Habitation Zévallos in Moule. Surprising by its very worked balconyRead More →

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Schoelcher Library


Built by Henri Pick, famous 18th century architect. It was built for the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1889, then was transferred by boat to Fort de France. The Schoelcher Library owes its name to Victor Schoelcher who dedicated his life and writings to the fight against slavery. On AprilRead More →